Turnitin has relaunched its core product and rebranded it as Turnitin Feedback Studio. What does this mean for Turnitin users and the industry as a whole?
Where 2012 was a year of epic struggles, 2013 was a year of frequently but small skirmishes, both in front of and behind the scenes.
Turnitin is holding its annual Plagiarism Education Week series of webcasts and, just as last year, Plagiarism Today is a proud sponsor.
Turnitin has released an update to its previous study on where students are copying from, so what, if anything, has changed?
As I look forward to the upcoming 5th International Plagiarism Conference next week, here's a look at the things I'm excited to be thinking about...
Next week I will be in Newcastle, UK attending the 5th International Plagiarism Conference. I'll have live updated during the day and a recap afterward.
iParadigms, the makers of Turnitin, have released a new study about where on the Web students copy from, the results may surprise you.
If there's one thing the controversy over WriteCheck shows, it's that instructors have lost sight of what's important in the plagiarism battle.
Elaine Scott is suing Scribd. However, her copyright folly could make it harder for you to protect your own work in the future.
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1: Students Reach Settlement in Turnitin Suit
First off today, iParadigms, the makers...